Chinese jade slender two-handled baluster vase and cover of flattened form incised on the larger sides with prunus and bamboo branches amongst rockwork with mountains in the distance and pine and peony branches with openwork scroll handles, all beneath a key-fret band repeated on the cover rim and the foot.
The stone of pale celadon.
6 inches, 15.2 cm high.
Qianlong/Jiaqing, circa 1800.
Provenance & Additional Information
- Sold by Louis Joseph, 28 Knightsbridge, London, 1960-1985, by repute.
- A similar baluster vase was sold by Christie’s London in their auction of Important Chinese Jades and other Hardstone Carvings, 20th November 1973, lot 141, p. 34, pl. 28.